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this morning in a fire in el sobrante. the injury happened at a home with a fire in the attic. all residents got out safely. >>> traffic and weather on your wednesday coming up right after the break. ,,,,,,,, >>> good morning. a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. the usual commute toward the pay gate backed up through the maze, 20 minutes while they turn the metering lights on. elsewhere, westbound 237 a little stop and go. you can see it from this live traffic camera in milpitas. looks like that to sanger road. that's your "timesaver traffic." for your forecast, here's lawrence. >> what a gorgeous sunrise today. and a beautiful day ahead as high pressure holding strong now, a few high clouds drifting overhead making the skies prettier this morning. temperatures in the 30s in some of the valleys so chilly, 40s and 50s elsewhere but by the afternoon get a load of this, 60s even some low 70s at the coastline. mid-70s in some of the warmest valleys. enjoy it. this will be the nicest one, cooler tomorrow, maybe rain on friday. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com ,, ,,
for this puppy. the 11-week-old chocolate lab named gus was stolen from a home yesterday just off el camino real. the burglars also took electronics and jewelry, but the residents are most interested in getting gus back. when he was taken, he was wearing a color with a blue bone id tag with his name on it. >>> as we first reported last night, the man accused of murdering morgan hill teenager sierra lamar now faces three additional charges of attempted kidnapping. this is unrelated to the lamar case. antolin garcia-torres allegedly tried to kidnap three different women in march of 2009. the attacks happened at the safeway stores on dunn avenue and tenant avenue in morgan hill. garcia torres allegedly used a stun gun during one of the attacks. today safeway shoppers recall the fear they experienced back in 2009. >> i actually came, like, during the day, but he was actually -- i heard he was doing them during bright light. so it was just a scary feeling. i actually did not bring my kids with me. >> she says at one point she even stopped shopping at that safeway. she is relieved that garcia torres i
go hot or go home. especially when it comes to salsa. owners of el pinto restaurant tried their hand at making the hottest salsa on the planet. the secret ingredient, trinidad scorpion peppers. they are known as the spiciest pepper on earth. the first batch of the flaming salsa is being sold online. taste buds be warned. >>> if you're in the market for a new apartment, madonna may have something for you. the material girl is selling her new york city duplex for $23.5 million. it has six bedrooms and get this monthly maintenance alone is over $11,000. >> i wonder if the door bell goes boom, boom, boom. >> good one, bill. >>> speaking of loads of cash, sean connery missed out on $450 mi million. >> listen up this is crazy. >> that's right. bill says listen up. he was offered 10% of the box office to play gandolf in the "lord of the rings" film. connery turned down the role because he didn't understand the script. is that a good enough excuse? just show up. the movies went on to make $2.9 billion. none of which is sean connery's. >> he could have had 15% of that? >> yep. >>> you would t
, director's award for a shootout el he'smacdill front gate. he is known as a hard charger. what comes with that, though, a bitof people i spoke with worked with him, there was a bit f ban edge to him at guantanamo bay as an sborinterrogator, lef with bad blood. in this case, of course, when the agents stopped briefing him on the case that he brought in that he wasn't assigned to, he went outside the congress reporting that. now he has asked for histleblower status. going to on is, is he going to ee in some kind of trouble? we don't know yet. >> other big question, front page of the wall street journal today is about some tension between the cia director, david petraeus, and the head of the was that petraeus, as this stuff was about to break, wanted han had back and put out his own timeline in benghazi, a different timeline than had been put out by the white house. petraeus this suggest? >> david petraeus comes into the cia as a military guy that everybody is looking at, he's at, to tne of us, who says i can challengthe challenge. i can defend my own agencies re here. i can show the tr
expensive places san francisco, los angeles, honolulu. west texas town of el paso. tenth least affordable because home prices are high compared to median income which is how affordability is calculated. many of these people don't earn much higher than the min yum wage and a third of the homes on marketen affordable to them. median income in el paso lower than national average. that's what you need to know right now. i'll be back this time tomorrow with the most important five minutes of business and the economy. for a more in depth discussion, watch saturday 1:00 eastern, sunday 3:00 eastern. from new york, i'm ali velshi with "your money." low-cost investment options-- tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 like our exchange traded funds, or etfs tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 which now have the lowest tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 operating expenses tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 in their respective tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 lipper categories. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 lower than spdr tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 and even lower than vanguard. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 that means with schwab, tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 y
universal decoration of human rights after world world war ii thanks in part to el mrs. roosevelt after her husband's death. today more than 70 countries recognize a right health or health care in their constitutions. virtually every industrialized nation have taken steps to implement the rights by establishing some type of universal health coverage for their citizens. with one major exception, anybody know? [inaudible] the united states of america. but it's not for lack of trying, after fdr's death president harry truman announced a national health insurance program that would have made it part of the social security act. the physicians of the american medical association attacked the plan and socialized medicine that might also sound familiar. and in the early cold war, the ama won that battle and truman's proposal was defeated. other presidents ?kding nixon and bill clinton tried to pass universal health care programs. but they failed due to entrenched and vigorous opposition not just the medical profession but also opposition from business and increasingly power insurance industry. heal
won the ele electi election. respect to suzanne collins' comments, she's obviously very influential and her support is important. but one thing she did say is that she wouldn't necessarily supporters blocking susan rice. we do have to give administration officials the space to do their jobs and in this case, ambassador rice was doing her job in talking about the i tacks. >> let me ask you ryan about something that senator collins said, that she did not come out and actually say, i'm going to block susan rice's nomination. she did say that john kerry would be an excellent appointment and would be easily confirmed. tell us why that might not quite be what republicans think it is. >> one issue is that it's senator john kerry becomes secretary of state john kerry and suddenly there's a special election in new jersey and some people were thinking about the opportunity for republicans. >> scott brown. >> scott brown is very popular and that's one angle. conservatives also have policy priorities, and one thing we have noticed is that while senator collins has gone one way, criticizing susa
that no one chose not to save them. obviously an intelligence failure. the tragedy -- deasy el failure? >> an intelligence failure. lou: there is no question. president obama takes credit the issue of benghazi. >> the white house mistake was putting up too much information and for all the facts around. >> so when does this magic happen? >> let me answer that for a moment. you have to get the facts and have hearings and stop this partisan got the moment. it is disrespectful. lou: i have to get the facts. >> such a fool. the thing that strikes me about the president -- lou: and other friendly "a-team." >> the president's behavior, why is he not have raised? if the intelligence community provided the raw intelligence, someone said department did not provide proper security, if things were not carried out as he gave the order on the night of the attack, why is he not have raised? [talking over each other] lou: exactly right. barack obama should be out there >> you're wrong.iority. lou: if he cares about the situation he should recognize that people deserve answers. >> you are factually wro
. what did you learn from it? >> to love each other more. >> reporter: gary tuchman, cnn, el dorado, texas. >>> digging deeper, let's bring in investigative reporter michael watkiss, who has done remarkable reporting on the flds. michael, a big move by the state of texas to try to seize the property. are people even still living in that compound? >> reporter: well, my sources are telling me there's clearly not as many people as of the time just prior to that raid when we had large families, women and children and lots of guys working down there, because that has been a work in progress since warren jeffs and his followers went down there in 2003. basically fleeing from pressure that they were getting in utah and arizona, and the bottom line, this is just a texas sized eviction notice put on the gates of that ranch yesterday, courtesy of the attorney general and texas rangers, who basically alleged from the get-go that warren jeffs and his followers went to texas with the intent to commit crimes. in a 91-page document filed yesterday, they're using prosecutor terms that they used for
was hurt battling this blaze in el sobrante. four people got out of the house safely just after midnight before firefighters got there. the injured firefighter was treated at the hospital and released. >>> an electrical fire caused power problems today at san francisco city hall. the basement fire set off the sprinkler system last night. apparently it didn't affect public services today. however, some employees did have to work off site. no word on when things will be back to normal. >>> mother nature's sprinkler system is going to come on big time. >> it is. it's going to be like how do we turn it off? it will be like that's my call. it will be on for a while. what a gorgeous day today. some of you in the 70s, sunshine, beautiful day outside, a little breezy but changes coming in as soon as tomorrow. first the clouds, then the rain. right now just the beauty. bay bridge from our rooftop, there it is mainly clear skies outside, gorgeous evening to get outside. and we'll drop down to the mid- to upper 40s on average again tonight. hi-def doppler strongest radar in the bay area dry for now
-- hamdin sabbahi from the leftist al- karamah party, and constitution party founder mohamed el- baradei, who tweeted yesterday that morsi had appointed himself "a new pharaoh." in his decree, morsi also held out the possibility of a second trial for hosni mubarek for the killings of protestors. >> suarez: to explain why morsi took these steps and the reaction that followed, i'm joined by nathan brown, an expert on egyptian constitutional law and politics. he's a professor at george washington university. do you find it significant that this wasn't just tahrir square but alexandria, port said. >> oh, yes. essentially most of the non-islammist political forces in egypt-- that is the brotherhood and others aside-- have lined up against us. the real question is are they going to be able to form a united front? and do they have any strategy by which to overturn morsi's decisions. >> suarez: what exactly has he done through these decrees? what did he say-- what powers did he give to himself, basically, until there's a constitution? >> well, he did a lot of little things. he dismissed the old
for reasons that have little to do with libya. even in a town that rewards sharp el lows and sometime obscenities. near nearly 100 house republicans have sent a letter to the president urging them not to nominate her. is he willing to spend the political capital? >> i think he will if he decides she's the choice. we need to remember the house republicans have nothing to do with confirming secretary of states. i know susan rice, worked with her in the john kerry campaign in 2004. she has the skill and the judgment to be secretary of state if president obama wants her to be. >> it's unfair? >> completely unfair. it's a tough town and lots of people want to be secretary of state i suspect. and the press has a role to play here, but at the end of the day i think if barack obama, who's just been rere elected, would like susan rice to be his secretary of state, she will be. >> steve, chip, happy thanksgiving. >> happy thanksgiving. >> also making news this morning, investigators say they're questioning people in connection with an explosion that killed two residents and virtually leveled a
floor, was met by el near roosevelt, and he looked up and she said, harry, the president is dead. and he thought -- he was in total shock. he said, what can i do for you? and she said, harry, what can we do for you? you're in trouble now. >>> he she looks at the life of harry truman in "citizen soldier." sunday night on c-span q & a. >>> now more about the bp oil spill settlement announcement with democratic congressman. bp will pay a $4 million fine and plead guilty to the charges of 11 deaths of workers and lying to congress. they returned indictment charging two bp supervisor and the former deputy of incident commander. this is 25 minutes. >> ranking member of the natural resources committee, i'm here with henry who is state of california the ranking member of the energy and commerce committee. today bp reached an agreement with the justice department to resolve all criminal claims against it by the united states government regarding the bp water horizon disaster and to pay $4 billion in criminal penalty for the very serious violations of law. bp has plead guilty to 11 felony counts r
, police in clear lake are asking for the public's help to find two teenage girls. 15-year-olds lacy el wood and sarah beck last seen at a taco bell on saturday. el wood is described as 5' 6, 145 pounds, blonde hair, blue eyes. beck is described as 5' 7, 135 pounds with blonde hair and hazel eyes. police say the girls may be headed to the yucaya area. >>> tensions may be easing in the middle east. israel has loosened travel restrictions along the gaza border and so far, there are no reports of any new violent attacks. tens of thousands of school children returned to class this morning, after eight days of fighting along the border. a u.n. spokesman says students spent their first day back in school talking about their fears and experiences before the cease-fire. >>> in egypt, there is growing opposition to that country's new democratically elected leader. crowds protested at cairo's square, calling for president mohammed morsi. he says the courts cannot overrule his decisions, but protesters who helped overthrow the old regime led by mubarak warn egypt's new government hasn't chaingsd.
. and the president yesterday made clear that mike el morrell, who has been the assistant deputy director will take over the acting director position. he's been at that agency for more than 30 years. he's a career intelligence professional. he has been on top of the benghazi investigation leading the agency's efforts on that from day one, from the very dpinidpi beginning. he is going to be in the hot seat answering the questions from the congressional oversight committee on thursday. but i think in terms of worrying about whether general petraeus' admission and his resignation are going to affect the actual work of the cia, i wouldn't worry so much about that. people will be very focused on the answers he gives about what the cia knew and what it told the white house about benghazi. >> certainly. and this all happened with a tip, right? the fbi began investigating this after a tip. how has the fbi, would you say, been handling this? >> you know, they do what they do, which is try not to say too much officially about any possible investigations. now, i will tell you that cnn -- a source told cnn tha
that includes the classified information. megyn: right. so she knew more than she was el telling us. i see your point. it's not that she just withheld the information about al-qaeda, she made statements that seemed to say al-qaeda had been decimated. of course, in the written statement she provided today to the public, which i want to tell our viewers we have, and in her meetings with you as well came out and did say the talking points provided by the intelligence community were incorrect in a key mr. mr. prest respect. there was no -- in a key respect. she's admitting now that what she said -- in right. megyn: she's blaming it on the intelligence committee. who told her to go on the sunday talk shows, and who specifically gave her this information? >> well, she was asked -- which i think has already been talked about earlier -- she was asked to go on the sunday talk shows by the white house. and the talking points were given to her by the intelligence community. let me just be clear, the information that was given by the intelligence community about the protests of the video, that was wrong, a
, eastbound 380 el camino real, two lanes blocked with an accident, slow on 280 southbound. northbound 101 at marsh accident cleared slow traffic there. westbound 580 in oakland at highway 13 accident cleared but slow. >> we'll check in >>> good morning many strong line of storms expected to move through 8 45 to 9:15 in the bay area 9:30 to 10:30 shifts southeast right now winds gusty heavier rain by carmel, winds gusting up to 35 and 40 miles an hour at our coast wind advisory through 11 cold front pushes through, things calmer by the afternoon. >> the news [ cheers and applause ] >>> there's derek and d.j. irie. they have an after-party rocking already. it's going to be our biggest ever. >> we have had quite a morning. we have all of the finalists from "dancing with the stars" all-stars here. these couples are prepping right now for one last dance together. it's happening here in our "gma" ballroom. >>> we have huge reveals, ahead, as well. which superstar is about to be crowned "entertainment weekly's" entertainer of the year? >> i'm sad you've been hiding the ballroom before. it's amaz
." and he performed at the super bowl halftime show. in colorado, el dorado canyon he was more than happy to show us how he creates these films. >> you want me to dang frl where? >> i want to dangle you off the cliff. so you get to see the world from our perspective. >> all right. >> reporter: easier said than tone. first we had to climb up there. >> how is that going? >> these are not climbing shoes. >> we're here to do a shoot but in front of that is at all times safety. >> reporter: high above the canyon floor with wind gusts up to 40 miles per hour it was time to descend nearly 100 feet. >> welcome to our office. >> i've never done an interview off the side of a mountain before. what's the biggest challenges you face? >> the climbs that these guys are doing. cutting-edge of climbing has gotten so far out there and so for us to get into position, it's a bigger challenge. and then visually we want to shoot things in a new way. we never want to climb like something we did before. >> reporter: he does all this by working with the signalest and lightest equipment available, multiple camer
the opposition leader mohammed el baradei says that it's not possible unless morsi rescinds the powers he's given himself. are those the things that morsi wants to happen. a lot of judges were appointed by mubarak and he would want them out and does he really need to negotiate or have any dialog with the opposition? does he want that? >> no, he doesn't. and here, this is the final piece in the entire mosaic, and morsi being a complete pharaoh, a dictator. the first thing he and the muslim brotherhood got was a the parliament. now, a muslim brotherhood controlled parliament. then the presidency and next the independent army and military. and morsi got rid of the top generals appointed by mubarak and put in his own guys, the muslim brotherhood generals. and the next step was the independent press, state-owned press and media now has been replaced with muslim brotherhood advocates. now the final step is that independent judiciary, they have now said, well, you can't take us out and morsi says, forget it we're not going to play by your rules, your rules won't even apply to us. so, there's a final ste
decisions above the law and free he from judicial review until the parliament is ele surprising. and the president called president morsi to thank him for effort and reaffirm the close partnership between the united states and egypt. last night the state department issued a statement expressing reservations about what he's doing and made clear in their view the actions he's taking conflict with the idea that fueled the arab spring a year ago. the state department says one of the aspirations of the revolution was to ensure that power would not be overly concentrated in the hands of any one person or institution, and the current constitutional vacuum in egypt can only be resolved by a constitution that includes checks and balances and respects fundamental freedoms and rule of law consistent with egypt's international commitments. and el baradei is more blunt and twitter, morsi usurped all parents and' pointed himself egypt's new garo, a major blow that could have dire consequences. only a little more than five months since morsi became egypt's first democratically elected presiden
the option of five 1/6 talk shows there has not yet then a news channel in egypt. in the past you've go to el jazeera but not any more. the same with to the show. you can devote half an hour to local issue in tunisia. i think eventually was prepared for workday concept of i want to be strong again. the saudi arabia is the largest economy particularly with advertising. the market really needs a difference diode news channel with four or six hours of business. that is picking up. that also introduces us. with the programming i would go through business. that would interest the people. >> sens i feel there is a need for more cooperation between arab media for erred train a and a journalist and media people selling to the un qualified journalist. with interest in these groups there is a great demand or a great need. i have no problem -- but qualified ones are few were the american organization could help us and assure the news organizations would be welcomed to team up with the arab media organization in the arab world of. thank you very much. [applause] >> i a do not know if you can see me. i ca
have -- we have, the president of the united states, comes to the university of texas in el paso and makes jokes about the safety and security of our country and joking about the border, you know, we have the secretary of homeland security saying that. we've had 140 dead bodies that have been discovered in the last year alone in two rural texas counties. the statistics cited are great statistics, but no amount of statistics can cover up the bloodshed at the hands of drug cartel members, no amount of stats can be manipulated to cover -- >> statistics cited black and white numbers, they are not always accurate, the u crime report, why are not not showing up? >> ucr data covers eight categories. they do not cover drug trafficking. ucr data gus not cover money laundering, human trafficking, kidnapping, extortion not included in that data, and think about this, we have 12 # 41 miles between texas and mexico. we have great communities there. i go there often. 93% of our texas-mexico border is unincorporated and largely rural. that's the reality of the there was a run around occurring o
a president of united states coast university of texas in el paso and makes jokes about the border. we have 140 dead bodies discovered in the last year in two rural counties. the statistics are great but no amount can cover the blood is shed from the drug cartel members. know about could be manipulated. >> use if those are black and white but they're not accurate why are they not? >> you see are dated covers eight major crime categories. they do not covered drug trafficking are money-laundering. human trafficking trafficking, kidnapping or extortion and not included. if we have 1241 miles. there are great communities. 93% of the texas mexico border is unincorporated allot of cross-border running civic the videos are on your district how you respond? >> i will not dispute anybody in the video any personal experience our feelings i will not dispute them at all. at all. right after that conversation wave brought in different ranchers, todd staples could not make it but we asked ranchers what else can we do? we came up with a series of solutions i am more interested to find solutions how we do
's cleaned up. i will say, though, that i'm troubled by -- you know, this is not your father's iaea. el baradei, like him or don't like him, i'm troubled by the nature of the relationship the agency seems to have with rapp. every time you try to negotiate with iran, you walk away angry and distrustful. i mean, the europeans did it in 2003, the agency's going through it now. but that's a relationship where there will also have to be a refurbishing of trust, or it's going to be difficult down the line. at the end of the day, it's the big powers at the u.s., russia and france, whatever, if they decide to get a deal, they'll get a deal. but iaea is an independent agency, and that relationship has to be addressed as well. >> and just very quickly, jim, is -- do you think the iaea and iran are going to resolve these issues before the p5+1 and iran work out a broader framework for resolving this, or is it dependent on that? are the iranians going to stonewall the agency until they see -- >> yeah. my, my true answer is i have no idea, and then my guess is the iaea's going to come at the end of
. they cannot work under someone el's license. that's a crime. we talked him down at this residence in cecil ton. can we talk to you? channel 11 news. he didn't respond and disappeared into his background. we also tried calling but the person on the other end hung up. they filed theft charges again chiwady. >> i have been in touch with the governor's office wshg the maryland home improvement council. >> he filed a complaint with the maryland home improvement commission in july but is frustrated that the process is taking so long. the state recognizes homeowner frustration with the system. >> the vast majority of our complaints are from homeowners and contractors who operate in good faith. they just come to a point where they can't resolve it between themselves. >> michael vorgat said the state hopes to speed things up with new initiatives that will weed out the less serious complaints. >> and if we can do that, we'd have more time and resources to focus on the very bad actors. >> the commission filed a criminal charge against mark chiwady but it won't be resolved quickly. he has requested a jury
to see. el "early start" continues right now. >>> will they break the pledge? some republicans now seem open to the idea of raising taxes in the face of the fiscal cliff. >>> mystery in a west bank mausoleum. scientists taking a new look at yasser arafat's remains to see if he was poisoned. >>> and mightier than the sword, indeed. a poison pen found on a failed north korean assassin. cnn with an exclusive look. >>> good morning, and welcome to "early start" i'm deborah feyerick in for john berman. >> and i'm zoraida sambolin. 6:00 a.m. in the east here. first, congress back in session and already bickering. america heads down the fiscal cliff in exactly five weeks. take a look at the time line, triggering painful spending cuts and tax hikes. several leading republicans signaling that they're willing to break their new tax hike pledge to get a spending deal passed in time. but when the lame duck senate returned yesterday, it sure sounded like politics as usual. >> the senate has spoken. president obama has spoken. he's promised he will not sign any bill that mortgages our future to pay f
? and by the way i have two children who are at el haines. i was also trade in the parent perspective have full transparency what my kids were learning every day in class. when we started to work on this idea, and realized that it needed to be a separate organization, that thought about this at scale, we came across this question, what is the best way to organize ourselves to get the job done, right? so it was, in making the choice to become a for-profit it was not sort of from the starting point of, how can we recognize an opportunity to make money? it was, how do we take a problem that exists at e. l. haines at one of the highest performing schools in d.c. and exists at most schools in the country and try to solve that and what is the best vehicle to get there? to my surprise, i was teacher for seven years, principle and cao for five years, went to business school and spent most of the time translating from the for-profit terminology into the paradigm of nonprofits my cofounder and i decided we would be best served being a for-profit and there were a few reasons for that. one is a website we
of colorado. i'll be looking closely at the number of republican votes that are coming out of el paso county and douglas county and mesa county on the western slope. another swing county that we pay attention to is larimer connecticut which is northern colorado, home to colorado state university. then we'll be looking at, um, as far as democrats, we'll be looking at boulder and denver and seeing, you know, if they're getting their numbers the way they want to. and the democrats have paid considerable attention to the southwest corner of the state, um, la plata county, home to durango, so we'll be looking to see if they're banking lots of votes in the southwest corner of the state as well. >> check out c-span's campaign 2012 web site where you can watch the candidates on the campaign trail as well as their latest ads and web videos. also check our social media section to see what the candidates, reporters and other viewers are saying about the presidential race. it's all at c-span.org/campaign2012. >> as part of our campaign 2012 coverage, c-span is bringing you house, senate and governor deb
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